Microsoft demos Bash running on Windows 10

Earlier today at Microsoft's Build 2016 keynote, the firm announced that it had partnered with Canonical to bring Bash to Windows 10. The feature will allow the user to create a Linux command line, access Ubuntu binaries, and despite working from a Linux environment, access the Windows file system.

Channel 9 decided to give us a demo of the functionality. After all, Microsoft loves Linux.

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